(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, an insurer may employ an
attorney, actuary, and accountant of the insurer's choice to assist the insurer during
supervision. The supervisor shall authorize payment from the insurer for the reasonable fees
and expenses of the attorney, actuary, or accountant.
(b) The supervisor, conservator, or commissioner shall, to the maximum extent possible,
use the insurer's employees instead of outside consultants, actuaries, attorneys,
accountants, and other personnel or department employees to minimize the expense of
rehabilitation or the necessity of fees to cover the cost of rehabilitation.
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